Los Angeles Chargers: Does Corey Liuget have the most to prove in 2017? - Travis Wakeman
With the team switching to a 4-3 defensive scheme, it will rely more on an outside pass rush to get pressure on the quarterback, placing that task on Joey Bosa and Melvin Ingram. Liuget’s job will be to hold his own in the middle of the defense and help Brandon Mebane close off running lanes.
Evaluating the Defensive Line with DL Coach Giff Smith - Ricky Henne
Just getting all our rushers in the same room all the time. That helps in getting our timing in to play off one another when it’s time to rush the passer. It even helps getting a feel for one another in the running game. That’s been a bonus. As a defensive line coach, it’s better to have all four of those guys in the room together. So that’s been good.
Denzel Perryman Relishing Change in Third Season - Hayley Elwood
“You want to be motivated. You want a coach who motivates you. Every day, he’s motivating. You’ll be walking down the hallway and he’ll just yell your name. You’ll turn around like, ‘What the hell?!’ But his energy; everything, it gets you going.”
Who is the Chargers' best-kept secret? - Matt Pagels
Davenport says that Hayward’s days as the team’s best-kept secret is coming to an end, but I believe they already did–and that’s why I disagree with Hayward being listed. He ascended into the No. 1 corner role when Jason Verrett went down with injury, and to say he flourished would be an understatement.
3 reasons why Chargers could win AFC West - Ryan Lipton
In this year’s draft, Los Angeles brought in guards Dan Feeney and Forrest Lamp. One of them can play at right guard and the other can be moved over to center or just add depth to the line.
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